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Apps: iTerminal, SideTrack, Skype, ThumbBorker...

updated 01:05 am EST, Tue January 18, 2005

iTerminal, SideTrack...

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  • SideTrack 1.1 ($15) is a replacement driver for PowerBook and iBook trackpads. It enables users to remap the main button, and various areas on the track pad to perform different functions. Version 1.1 adds per-application corner tap configuration, independent vertical and horizontal scroll speeds, and more. [Download - 552KB]

  • Skype (free) is a peer-to-peer Internet telephony system available for Mac OS X, Windows, and Linux. Users can also make calls to regular phone numbers using the low-cost SkypeOut service. [Download - 6.0MB]

  • ThumbBorker (free) is a picture browser that lets you create thumbnails from your image files. It can also generate an HTML page to show off your new thumbnails. [Download - 428KB]

  • iTunes2Web (donation) is a Mac OS X application that converts an iTunes music library to an html interface that resembles iTunes. Unlike many scripts that perform a similar task, iTunes2Web does not require that the hosting Web server have CGI scripting capabilities. [Download - 89KB]

  • Image Interlacer ($12) allows users to create image interlacing effects, including images for use with 3D glasses. Version 2.0 adds a reworked interface, a help window, and a Batch Save feature. [Download - 1002KB]




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